Hurricane’s tiny earthquakes could help forecasters

Data on Sandy show temblors emanate from eye of storm

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SEISMIC STORM  Hurricane Sandy (visualized above) triggered tiny tremors under its eye as it stormed up the U.S. East Coast in 2012. These tiny quakes could help meteorologists closely monitor the behavior of raging hurricanes, researchers propose.

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